Alabama Skies: More storms Tuesday for much of the state; Tropical Storm Bret forms in Atlantic
Published 9:50 pm Monday, June 19, 2023
The stormy pattern continues across Alabama today, but it looks like the best chance of severe weather is staying towards the southern regions of the state.
For anyone traveling to the beaches this week, the rip current forecast is also concerning as the chance for life-threatening rip currents is “likely” the next several days.
A Level 2 risk includes Mobile, Fort Morgan, and Gulf Shores. A Level 1 includes Tensaw and Brewton. Risks include severe storms, hail, wind, torrential rain, and a tornado or two.
It’s also time for us to start monitoring the tropics. Tropical Storm Bret formed Monday afternoon and is still a few days from being a major concern to the U. S.
Tropical Storm Bret latest:
- Location: 11.3 North, 42.2 West
- Max sustained winds: 40 miles per hour
- Movement: West at 21 miles per hour
- Min Central Pressure: 1008 MB
Partly sunny with showers and storms likely in the afternoon. High of 80. A few more showers and storms Tuesday evening and overnight with a low of 70.
Showers and storms likely, mainly in the afternoon. High of 81. Showers and thunderstorms continue into the evening and overnight. Low of 65.
Fog early. Partly to mostly sunny with a few showers or thunderstorms possible, mainly in the late afternoon and evening. High of 87. Showers and storms continue into the evening and overnight. Low of 67.
Mostly sunny with a few showers or thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening. A storm or two could be strong to severe. High of 88. More showers and storms overnight with a low of 70.